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December 13, 2021

Texas Continues to Battle for the Lives of Unborn Children

The FDA allows the abortion pill through 10 weeks of pregnancy.

Not true in Texas! The state has passed a law limiting the abortion pill to seven weeks, banning mail-order sales, requiring in-person doctor visits, and adding criminal penalties for violations. The life-saving law, SB 4, is now in effect.

This encouraging development was reported by Life News, and pro-life groups like the Susan B. Anthony List (SBA List) are praising Texans for their commitment to protect life.

SBA List State Policy Director Sue Liebel told LifeNews.com: "The passage of vital safeguards on dangerous abortion drugs is a win for Texas women and unborn children. Chemical abortion poses at least four times the risk of potentially serious complications compared to surgical abortion — yet pro-abortion Democrats in Washington are recklessly pushing for a permanent rollback of FDA safety standards that keep them from turning pharmacies and post offices into abortion centers. We thank Governor Abbott, pro-life leaders in the Texas House and Senate, and all our local allies who've prioritized this bill."

Texas is showing the rest of the country what it looks like to aggressively combat the evil of abortion. Are legislators in your state taking notice? Contact your representatives today and ask them to stand up for life!
 

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